2017 Year in Review
While Planet Nutshell took another trip around our solar system we’ve been hard at work on some incredible new animation work. Many clients returned with projects, but there were some fascinating new clients and projects, as well. Without further ado, let’s get take a look at some highlights!
We teamed up with the Raikes Foundation to help promote a learning environment where all children can thrive regardless of their sex, race, or family income level. Check out our case study for this project.
Roca came back to us this year for one of our best animation projects ever, in my humble opinion! This one tells the story of Isabela, just one of the 18- to 24-year-olds in Roca’s Young Mothers program. Watch the video to see how Roca is transforming the lives of young women and giving them a shot at a better future.
As part of their effort to help healthcare organizations perform at their highest level, athenahealth asked us to make an animation that describes what’s special about industry top performers and how others can learn from them.
Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
This one is near and dear to my heart. We teamed up with our longtime client, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, to create a video about their founder, a woman of profound courage and vision who worked tirelessly to make her dream a reality. This is her story. Learn more about the project.
Harvard Business Publishing & Insight
Harvard Business Publishing and Insight asked us to create an explainer video about the benefits of adopting a hybrid cloud solution for business operations.
And lastly, our first foray into digital journalism. Produced in both English and Nepali, the video explains the current rebuilding crisis in Nepal in the aftermath of the deadly 2015 earthquake. Learn more about the project.
So beautiful to see all these pieces together! Gorgeous work, as always.
Your creative genius is evident in your 2017 projects. I am always stunned by the clarity of explanations and fluidity of production. Keep up the good work.